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Paul Revere Williams


Paul Revere Williams, American architect. Recipient Man of Year award Omega Phi Psi, 1951; Spingarm medal, 1953; award for creative planning Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce., 1955; award Wisdom magazine, 1956. Member President’s Advisory Committee Housing; member California Civil Rights Committee; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; member Southern California Heart Association (director).; Mason (33 degree).


Williams, Paul Revere was born on February 18, 1896 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Commerce.S. and Lila A. (Wright) Williams.


Student of University Society California, also Beaux Arts Institute of Design. D.Arch., Howard U.; Doctor of Science, Lincoln U., 1941. Doctor of Fine Arts, Tuskegee Institute, 1956.


Designer, John Austin, architect, practice of architecture, 1923-1980. Associate architect Los Angeles International Airport, County of Los Angeles Court House, Federal Customs and Office Building, Los Angeles. Principal works include Music Corporation of America office buildings, New York City, Beverly Hills, Saks Fifth Avenue, W.J. Sloan & Haggerty’s, Beverly Hills, Franz Hall and Botany Building at University of California at Los Angeles.

Vice-president, director Broadway Federal Savings & Loan Chairman's Association International Opportunity Insurance Company.


  • Author: Small Homes of Tomorrow. New Homes for Today.


Member President’s Advisory Committee Housing. Member California Civil Rights Committee. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects.

Member Southern California Heart Association (director). Mason (33 degree).


Married Della M. Givens, June 27, 1922. Children: Marilyn (Mistress.

Christian Science Williams

Lila A. (Wright) Williams

Della M. Givens

Marilyn (Mrs Williams